Bella Vista Motel

Address: 614 Main Ave. N., Choteau, Montana, 59422, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 614 Main Ave. N., Choteau, is near Old Trail Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Choteau

North Dakota and Montana

A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Aug 09, 2015

93 photos

... created by artist, Gary Greff who wanted to put his town, Regent, on the map. We only stopped to see three of the sculptures because we wanted to make sure we had plenty of time at the park. But the three we saw: giant geese, deer, and grasshoppers, were amazing!

We are all big fans of Theodore Roosevelt and ...

An Even Longer Drive but so Worth It

A travel blog entry by mccormick3 on Jul 01, 2015

3 comments, 4 photos

... before we made it back onto a regular paved road. We wondered if the Montana DOT had different rules from the Florida DOT. We were so far away from civilization, who was going to check anyway.

For the last hour we could see the mountain range in the distance fading in and out of the misty clouds. When we made it to the hotel entrance road, the temperature dropped 20 degrees and we ...

Drive From Southern Montana To Gibson Reservoir MT

A travel blog entry by abchilds on Jun 30, 2015

16 photos

... unbelievable. I now completely understand why it is called big sky country. After a slow drive to the reservoir, we swam in the shockingly cool water and then we camped at a free site along the river that is created from the Gibson Reservoir. This reservoir supplies water for over 100,000 acres of farmland in western Montana and let me tell you, the water they feed those crops is cold, very cold.

Great to camp again...

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jul 20, 2013

4 comments, 4 photos

... On Sunday AM, David and a friend David 2 took their sea kayaks out on the water and saw the world from an entirely different perspective. The kids enjoyed the water, especially Ella, who is a real sea nymph. As a dedicated landlubber, it was good to see that one can actually go into the water, come out and be unharmed. That's a good thing...

We ate well, visited voluminously and had a great time.


To Blackfoot It

A travel blog entry by nearhelsinki on Jul 06, 2010

8 photos

... an enthused rendition of a song about the necessity to legalize marijuana, singing or reciting and certainly explaining every verse. We tell him we’ll visit his disc course some other time as he brags of how this part of the country is the only place impervious to nuclear attack so unavoidable, and we drive on.

We drive up and down the local logging roads, mostly unsure of our direction as Navin confidently guides us along ...